Originally Posted by Kalistoval
Have you tried using Nvenc_export plugin? It help when rendering H.264 taking advantage of your cuda cores and video engine though it only works on 1 gpu.
I like to use the warp stabilizer, A client of mines insists on using an older jvc camcorder to record. So since warp stabilizer's first step is cpu bound I split his videos 4 or 8 ways to get the maximum cpu usage that's where FX flys. After that the stabilization is gpu assisted that's where my 690 comes into play note that I get better performance un SLI .
I don't think i do. I did set he mercury playback enige to CUDA which enables rendering via CUDA but that only works its magic when you actually have CUDA core enabled effects in your clip.
Can you tell me how to insert or use that Nvenc_export plugin plz?
I do use the warp stabilizer a lot too but i noticed that its not always successful because sometimes it warps and crops the clips differently which makes the clip useless. I am considering on using something else instead of Adobe Premiere pro since there are a lot of bugs in this software. I am not using this program everyday and its a very nice program but i am looking for something faster and more simple than Premiere pro.